Google Nexus S Android Phone
Google has officially revealed the new Google Nexus S Android Phone , the latest in their line of A...
Google has officially revealed the new Google Nexus S Android Phone, the latest in their line of Android-powered Nexus smart phones. As early-adopting Android users ourselves, we’re excited. We picked up the T-Mobile G1 (the first Android smart phone) on its release date, and we’ll be doing the same with the Nexus S on December 16th. Why are we excited? Read on, we’ll explain…We love and admire the iPhone, but we’re loyal to Android for its free and open nature. It has grown a lot since the day we picked up our G1– to a 23.5% penetration of the mobile OS market, just 1% behind Apple’s iPhone OS. It’s latest version, Android 2.3 or “Gingerbread”, will see its first release on the new Nexus S. It’s a safe assumption that Gingerbread will be the first Android OS to officially topple the iPhone in market share, an amazing feat in just over two years as a public OS.
The Google Nexus S Android Phone is clear step forward for the operating system. Sure, it may not pack a dual-core processor or a double-digit megapixel camera, but the aim of Google has always been about simplicity, about being “just right” in a world where clutter often derails productivity. The heart of the Nexus S is a 1GHz Cortex A8 processor, boasting the same power as the proprietary iPhone 4 unit. Again, like the iPhone 4, the Nexus S features memory starting at 16GB via iNAND flash. Once again, the Nexus S features a 5MP digital camera with flash, as well as a front-facing second camera for video chat. In short, the Google Nexus S levels the playing field to give both mobile OS’s a chance to show off on common technical ground. It’s available on December 16th for $199 with a T-Mobile contract, or $529 unlocked.
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